The Curtis Center is the standard for premier, class A office space with its fine finishes, 750 square foot Tiffany mosaic mural — The Dream Garden, awe-inspiring 12-story atrium and two-story marble fountain. With a history as rich as Philadelphia itself, this prime example of Georgian Architecture is proud to have been the home of Curtis Publishing, the publishers of The Saturday Evening Post, Jack & Jill and Ladies Home Journal and other American standards.
The Curtis Center is located in the heart of our nation’s birthplace nestled between Independence Park to the east and Washington Square to the south. This classic edifice spans one city block totaling some 850,000 rentable square feet of Class ‘A’ office space and can accommodate tenants requiring 1,000 square feet to a full floor of 88,000 square feet.
The Curtis Center is a superior business address which provides a exceptionally convenient commute by car, regional rail or subway. It is accessible from I-676, I-95 and I-76, SEPTA’s Market East train station, Market-Frankford Line subway stations as well as PATCO subway stops just a few short blocks away. A 300-car private parking garage is also located in the building’s lower level for the time-conscious executive.
In addition to being surrounded by many area restaurants, hotels, historic parks and cultural venues, The Curtis Center provides tenants with access to many on-site amenities including a fitness center, day care center as well casual and formal dining options. To complete this unparalleled amenity package, a chauffeur-driven town car is on call and is at the tenants’ disposal.
The Curtis Center is once again setting the Standard.